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You all are obviously to young to remember in the Apple II days when a company called Franklin Computers tried to sell an Apple II clone and was sued out of existence for infringing on the Apple II computer patent. IBM originally sued other manufactures but gave up the clone wars and ended up pricing their personal computers out of existence. Apple has a history of suing hardware manufactures. It's their culture to control all hardware and software. As a long time user and was a support IT for PC's (switched to a Mac 2 years ago running VMware for Windows when needed) I have to admit it is nice to use a computer that doesn't get into a fight with the software that is running on it. Old enough now that I just want a computer that works.